Abstract Submissions



ASNC2022 Abstract Submissions

Abstract submissions are now closed. 
 Thank You for Submitting Your Research and Cases for ASNC2022
All physicians, scientists and technologists were invited to submit their original scientific basic science or clinical research abstracts for consideration to be presented at ASNC2022. 

Reasons to Submit Your Abstract
1. Get Published - All accepted abstracts will be published in the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology (JNC) and highlighted throughout the annual meeting.
2. Save on 
Registration - All Fellows-in-Training who are accepted to present get complimentary registration. 

3. Win Up To $1,000 - Residents, fellows-in-training, and researchers age 35 and younger have the opportunity to compete in the 
Young Investigators Competition.

4. Be Amongst the Biggest Names in Nuclear Cardiology - Gain valuable feedback from your peers and network with future colleagues.

ASNC considers two types of abstracts
Abstracts are considered for either oral presentation or poster presentation and should consist of basic science or clinical research.

1: Scientific Abstracts
  • Basic: pre-clinical, chemistry, technical, translational
  • Clinical
Accepted abstracts will be published in the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology (JNC).

View the Journal of Nuclear Cardiology Abstracts of Original Contributions that were presented at ASNC2021.


2. NEW! Cases from the Community

Word count range (250-350).

Considerations for your case submission:
  • Everyday "bread and butter" cases that highlight practical dilemmas make the best cases
  • Types of cases can include: SPECT, PET, amyloid, FDG, multimodality, and more
Cases are judged on the following criteria:
  • Cases must illustrate clinical decision-making with teaching points
    • Quality of teaching points should be a key factor
Cases will not be judged on the quality of the image or the technically challenging procedure.

Cases from the Community abstracts will be considered for oral presentation only. 

Authors of select outstanding Cases from the Community may be considered for publication. 

Young Investigator Competition

Any physician or scientist who is currently in a residency or fellowship or other training program, or within 3 years of finishing clinical or research training, is eligible to submit an abstract in the Young Investigators (YI) Competition. 

Selected Fellow presenters will receive $500.
The winning basic research and clinical research presentation will receive an
additional $500.
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Submission Resources


For questions about the abstract submission process, contact info@asnc.org.